|Tufa (Em110) - Graham Dunning|
A live performance at Electronic Organica V (Britons Protection, Manchester) using turntables, modified records, objects and electronics in May 2010. Graham Dunning is a sound and visual artist based in the UK. His sound sources include field recordings pressed to dubplates; modified records; adapted playback equipment such as reel-to-reel tape players, turntables and Walkmans; found sounds, especially discarded footage of people's home recordings; home made electronics and circuit bends; broken...
Keywords: soundart; graham dunning; electronics; found sound; objects; turntables; turntablism; noise; electronic organica; manchester; uk; collage; soundscape; noisescape; altered records; modified turntable; modified records; philip jech; christian marclay
|Sea of Mirrors (Em139) - Gary Fisher|
Gary Fisher is a Manchester based sound and visual artist and improvisor working in a continuous process of experimentation and enquiry focussed around instinctive or investigatory responses to sound, images, places, words, and objects. The overall practice includes various approaches and may be considered a constant 'work in progress'. Central to this process is a fascination with amplifying textures, surfaces and objects, testing the sound-making possibilities of objects, using found objects a...
Keywords: gary fisher; sound art; music concrete; field recordings; live music; performance art; ambient; found sounds; artist; conceptual; art; sonic art; collage; sound collage; found objects; contact microphone; hydrophone; textural; textures; objects; deconstruction; manchester; tape recorder; radio; shortwave; spiral; stockhausen; buddha machine; cymbal; book; home made instruments; noise makers; spring reverb; futurist; dada; shaeffer; pierre henry; analogue technology; sea of mirrors; stroke club; john cage; electronic musik
|A Further Out Excursion (Em180) - Id of Mobius|
Second album from UK based improvising collective 'Id of Mobius' Recorded live at 'Blank Canvas' in Liverpool (UK) on the evening of the 20th May 2012. Shaun Blezard - electronics / radios Simon Jones - electronics / objects Ian Simpson - electronics / tape players Thanks to Mark Jones for recording this for us. Thanks to Frakture for the opportunity. Artwork by Ian Simpson (copyright 2012) Id of Mobius had it's roots in the 'Centrifuge' series of concerts organised by the Liverpool based 'Frakt...
Keywords: id of mobius; liverpool; free improvisation; excursion; electronica; noise; collage; tape players; radio; objects; sonic object; music concrete; hot hail; clutter; noise research; dystopian; simon jones; shaun blezard; ian simpson; john cage; noise scape; soundscape; frakture; underground; bunker; nuclear; lost in space; forbidden planet; found sounds; fluxus